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Client Newsletter - June 2022

At this time of rising prices and an uncertain economic outlook, in this month's newsletter we mention the importance of having an up-to-date cashflow forecast for your business to help you keep track of your incomings and outgoings. There is also a reminder of some approaching deadlines during this financial year.

In our blogs this month we look at capital expenditure planning to take advantage of time-limited allowances and claiming tax relief for expenses of running a property business. And if you're looking to source finance to build your business after the pandemic or would like to know more about research and development relief, then our two factsheets will be of interest.  

Client Newsletter June 2022


Business Tax & Finance Update - June 2022

In this month's update for SMEs: 

  • HMRC raises interest rates on late tax payments - a 0.25% increase after the Bank of England increased the base rate of interest.
  • Work from home tax relief may not be available in 2022/23 - as HMRC changes its guidance for the scheme.
  • Bank of England raises interest rate to 1% - marking the fourth rise in a row and the highest base rate in 13 years.
  • SMEs unprepared for MTD roll out - according to new research by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

 Business Update June 2022

Dentist Enews - June 2022

In our dentist enews this month we have some key reminders and deadlines for you to be aware. We also mention the benefit of having an up-to-date cashflow forecast for you to keep track of your finances during these challenging times of rising prices. And as loans become more expensive with the increase in interest rates, our latest guide looks at other financing options for your practice.   

You can read about these and other matters of relevance to dentists in our enews below: 

 Dentist enews June 2022


Charities Enews - June 2022

In this month's enews we provide a round-up of the latest sector news, including the Charity Commission's consultation on its proposed changes to the annual return and the Law Commission's request to the government to boost charitable giving with the appointment of a philanthropy champion. We also have a round-up of the latest funding opportunities for charities. 

 Charities enews June 2022


Housing Associations Enews - Spring 2022

In this first edition of our newsletter for housing associations we aim to provide you with financial updates and news for your sector. Our Spring 2022 enews includes a look at the Accounting Direction for Private Registered Housing 2022; the current energy crisis; the increase to the Household Support Fund and the new legislation designed to give residents of social housing more government support.     

 Housing Associations Enews - Spring 2022


AISMA Doctor Newsline - Spring 2022

This issue of the AISMA Doctor Newsline, (the newsletter for GPs and practice managers published by our membership organisation, the Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants) opens with an expert round-up and commentary on the 2022/23 GP contract changes.

Also included:

  • The importance of both partners and practice managers understanding the differing roles and responsibilities in general practice;
  • Some legal considerations to note when using PCN companies to employ staff:
  • The outcome of changes to NHS pension contributions;
  • And a round up of some of the effects on employees and employers of the increase in National Insurance, the NMW and, for some, their contributions to the NHS Pension scheme.

 AISMA GP Newsline Spring 2022

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